The United States has been in the midst of a refugee crisis and are now able to do something about it.
The U.S. government is offering immigration-based humanitarian parole to certain Ukrainians nationals. This means that they can come to the United States if they meet certain requirements, including having a family member or non-governmental agency sponsor them.
Individuals granted humanitarian parole under this program will be allowed entry into the United States for up to 2 years at which time they must return to Ukraine unless they are eligible for another type of immigration relief such as asylum status or refugee status.
After this initial period of stay expires, if the individual remains admissible, they may apply for an extension of their HP through USCIS by filing Form I-131H with evidence supporting continued eligibility for HP while awaiting a decision on their extension request.